Professionally applied tattoos from
UK licenced studios usually take more sessions to remove than cosmetic, amateur tattoos carried out by
friends or abroad.
Tattoos on the upper trunk
closest to the heart will be flushed away by your lymphatic system quicker than tattoos on the limbs or extremities.
The original ink can be good or poor quality, and highly concentrated. Tattoo ink is made up of different pigments, compounds and additives and all have varying molecule particle sizes.
Laser works best to break up
black tattoo ink.
Laser also works well on browns, oranges, purples, pinks and red ink.
Light blue, turquoise and greens
are harder to remove.
No laser can break up white or yellows.
Laser tattoo removals are broken up layer by layer and highly dependant on the
ink depth within the skin. We cannot know how deep your ink goes into the layers of skin.
Cover ups will take longer as it involves breaking down extra layers.
Fine line tattoos made with a single needle will break up more quickly than the multiple row magnum type needles used for larger or shaded tattoos.
Laser tattoo removals are broken up layer by layer and we cannot know how deep your tattoo ink has gone into the skin.
Laser tattoo removal is highly dependant on you keeping physically active. An increase in blood circulation will help to flush the broken fragments of ink away through your lymphatic system.
Eating a healthy balanced diet filled with nutrients and drinking lots of water will help flush the broken ink fragments through your lymphatic system.
Laser tattoo removal is highly dependant on your good health and no underlying medical conditions.
The healing response is quicker in our younger years and should result in less sessions needed.